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World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium
Recognizing and reaffirming the educational rights of all Indigenous peoples


Virtual event from Wednesday, 25th November to Saturday, 28th November 2020 (AEST)

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All further information and links to each session will be emailed to your contact email address closer to the event.

A look back

Taiwan 2019

View the AGM 2019 report and a brief version.


WINHEC AGM Agenda

Virtual meeting hosted by Australia

All sessions and times are promoted in Australian | Sydney AEST time zones. Convert to your local time zones here.

Tuesday, 24th November (AEST – Australia; Aotearoa; Taiwan)
Monday, 23rd November (Alaska; Canada; Hawaii; Norway; USA)

 7:00am  WINHEC Executive Board of Directors
 9:00am  WINU Board of Governors - closed meeting
 11:00am  Board of Accreditation Executive Meeting
 12:00pm

 WIRA/J meeting Executive
 Global Elders / Youth Alliances Planning Meeting

Wednesday, 25th November (AEST – Australia; Aotearoa; Taiwan)
Tuesday, 24th November (Alaska; Canada; Hawaii; Norway; USA)

 7:00am  Official Opening Ceremony
 8:00am  Flinders University, Australia, Presentation
 8:30am  Country Reports
 10:00am

 Close

Thursday, 26th November (AEST – Australia; Aotearoa; Taiwan)
Wednesday, 25th November (Alaska; Canada; Hawaii; Norway; USA)

 7:00am  Daily Cultural Opening
 7:15am  AGM
 8:15am  Accreditation Session (pre-recorded reports)
 10:00am

 Close

Friday, 27th November (AEST – Australia; Aotearoa; Taiwan)
Thursday, 26th November (Alaska; Canada; Hawaii; Norway; USA)

 7:00am  Daily Cultural Opening
 7:15am  Elders and Youth
 8:00am  WIRA/J
 10:15am

 Closing

 11:00am  Close of meetings - WINHEC

Saturday, 28th November (AEST – Australia; Aotearoa; Taiwan)
Friday, 27th November (Alaska; Canada; Hawaii; Norway; USA)

 7:00am  WINU Webinars for students and academic programs
 10:00am  Closing of WINU meetings

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The World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) was established in August 2002 at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Alberta, Canada.

WINHEC’s aim is to bring professionals together to achieve common goals through higher education.

Members come from many different countries and a variety of diverse areas such as university departments, research organizations and government agencies.


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